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|Alternative name||chip artifact CORRECTion|
|Interface||Web user interface|
|Restrictions to use||None|
Publication for chip artifact CORRECTion
Detection and correction of probe level artefacts on microarrays
[…] approaches have been proposed for identifying probe-level artefacts, they are usually highly complex using e.g. image analysis as in the case of Harshlight or singular value decomposition in case of caCORRECT2. Furthermore, they were often developed for previous generations of Affymetrix arrays and do not scale well to the new Gene and Exon ST array designs. Here, we propose a much simpler approa […]
caCORRECT2: Improving the accuracy and reliability of microarray data in the presence of artifacts
[…] The cornerstone of caCORRECT's outlier detection is the concept of variance scoring, which is a description of each probe's tendency to be an outlier. Calculation of this score, h, is similar to conducting a t-test for […]
Cancer Biomarkers: Are We Ready for the Prime Time?
[…] ls are used as in silico or bioinformatics tools in the process of cancer biomarker discovery. RMA Express (http://rmaexpress.bmbolstad.com/RMAExpress), dChip (http://www.dchip.org/automate.htm), and caCORRECT (http://cacorrect.bme.gatech.edu/) are used during normalization, quality control, and interpretation of expression array data. In general, Gene Expression Omnibus (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.g […]
ArrayWiki: an enabling technology for sharing public microarray data repositories and meta analyses
[…] Quality control of data in ArrayWiki is provided by caCorrect . This automated process generates key quality control meta-data whenever Affymetrix DAT or CEL files are detected in an experiment. This meta-data includes a heatmap of probe variance, a […]
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